Does Iraq even have a regime to overthrow?
I guess nobody saw that.
Gaddafi just appeared out of nowhere in what looks like an old castle or something, talking to a couple of hundreds of his supporters.
Again, nothing worth noting.
"I'm in central Tripoli now. The people who don't love me don't deserve to live"
Gaddafi wearing ushanka stands on castle walls and offers weapons to everyone who wants to protect the regime.
To think that something so wicked could begin in Libia on its own.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-12576613Originally Posted by bbc
I was focusing on his hat.The accessories he has time to carry with him are so irritating to look at.
By the way on bbc they also showed what could be called the headquarters of the protesters in Benghazi with activists ,lawyers ect running the town. There was internet on their laptops, made me wonder a bit more about kuma's situation.
Then again they may be using proxys ect.
Last edited by dasia; February 25th, 2011 at 11:54 AM. Reason: @JD:exactly my thought on seeing him. Also where is dedo1231?
Why is he wearing a Russian Winter hat in a desert country....
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-Al Jazeera: Eyewitnesses: Revolutionaries gain control of parts of the capital Tripoli.
-Al Arabiya: 50,000 protesters from Tajura march towards Tripoli (25 km east of Tripoli)
-Al Jazeera: Security Battalions target revolutionaries who took control of the airbase in Misurata. (210 km to the east of Tripoli)
-Al Arabiya: Eyewitness: Revolutionaries take control of Sabratha city (65km/40miles west of Tripoli)
-Libyan State TV is asking people to send images of "victory & joy" for Gaddafi on <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Also this <email@example.com>
-The Telegraph: Libya: protesters vow to march on Gaddafi's palace http://bit.ly/i0Jkvr
-Breaking Al Arabiya: Saif Al Islam Gaddafi will hold a press conference shortly. #Libya
-Reuters: Eyewitness: Road from Tripoli's Military Airport to city centre lined with police & soldiers, cars being searched. #Libya
Last edited by asm00200; February 25th, 2011 at 12:27 PM.
All these people resigning after years spent serving Gaddafi, there might be some danger. Not for the revolution, I think, but maybe for the post-revolution.
Well, it might be unavoidable, there'll still be problems after Gaddafi's fall. That's what worries me the most about all this, now.
Another thing... I read on BBC's website (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-12576613) that Iraq's Prime Minister accused Al-Qaeda and Saddam Hussein loyalists to be behind the revolt...
It's strange that both Gaddafi and him told that, don't you think? Is it only some easy and dirty trick used to stop the revolts, or could there be more? I'm sure that all the tens of thousands of people protesting aren't ALL Al-Qaeda minions, but Al-Qaeda might try to use these revolts for their own purposes, no?
I'm quite surprised that we didn't hear more about them. Well, it could also be dangerous for them to be active while the world's attention is directed towards these countries, and corrupted regimes must be good for their activities, but still... I can't help thinking about that.
Last edited by Castelmore; February 25th, 2011 at 01:16 PM.
Ben Laden is probably sitting somewhere laughing at Gaddafi's nonsense.
-Libyan State TV: Foreign Ministry:Hidden:
-Libyan State TV: Economic news: Life has gone back to normal in all Libyan towns, stores have re-opened. #Libya ------- Yaaaaaaay.. lol
-Libyan State TV interviewing citizens who are condemning those "misguided people on hallucinogens", "Everything is fine"
-Al Manar: Libyan Revolutionaries in Misurata airport seize plane carrying 50 mercenaries #Libya
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